MBARARA â€” A second year Bachelor of Development Studies student is the new guild President of Mbarara University of science and technology (MUST). Jeff Kansiime Rwakanuma was on Tuesday declared the new guild president by the chairperson of MUST electoral commission, Auma Mary Alai after polling 393 votes (50%) defeating three rivals.
JINJA â€” A businesswoman was recently charged with uttering obscene words in public and threatening violence against another woman. Susan Nairuba allegedly attacked Nina Ingabire on suspicion that she was having an affair with her husband.
KAMPALA â€” Energy and mineral development minister Syda Bbumba will be the chief guest at the Idd Bazaar organised by the Ismaili Muslim community to raise funds for charity. The bazaar will be held on Sunday at Kyadondo Rugby Club.
KAMPALA â€” Central division chairman Charles Sserunjogi on Thursday advised Kampala City Traders Association to separate business from politics. He said it was wrong for KACITA leaders to mobilise Kikuubo traders to rebel by refusing to pay for trading licenses.
KAMPALA â€” The Aged Family Uganda (TAFU) has asked the government to formulate a national policy on the aged. Fredrick Nyanzi, TAFUâ€™s project coordinator told a seminar at Nsambya Sharing Hall yesterday that the constitution should provide for an independent act to cater for the elderly.
KAMPALA â€” The acting city education officer, Anne Galiwango, has said schools without sufficient facilities for pupils will be closed. She told primary school heads yesterday that the measure was intended to ensure the good health of pupils by not exposing them to congestion.